NL econ­o­mist com­pares Site C dam to Muskrat Falls

Paper by NL economist compares Muskrat Falls with Site C and offers a detailed analysis of the many issues surrounding Muskrat Falls … access here




National Campaign to Strengthen Canada’s Environmental Laws

National Campaign to Strengthen Canada’s Environmental Laws _ Contact your MP urging him or her to adopt environmental laws that protect land, air and water




Is NALCOR Rife with Conflicts of Interest?

Uncle Gnarley – Opinons on Newfoundland policy that bite … Have you read his recent blog, IS NALCOR RIFE WITH CONFLICTS OF INTEREST?   If not, take a few minutes to do so.  You will find it interesting.




The Rest of Our Rivers on the Chopping Block

They may be talking about the Lower Churchill in public soon, but, the rest of our rivers are on the chopping block as well




Afraid to Eat Their Catch

One year after a dam ruptured …, people who live along the banks won’t drink the water and fishermen are afraid to eat their catch




New Documentary “Before the Flood”

New Documentary “Before the Flood” takes people on a journey around the world to explore the causes and effects of climate change




Do NOT Poison Our Land

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Reservoir Water Surfaces: A New Global Synthesis

“Hydropower is usually touted as clean energy, but a new study has found man-made reservoirs are producing far more greenhouse gases than previously believed, with most of those emissions in the form of methane,




Ride for the River dedicated to Berta Caceres

Happy March! Spring is in the air but.. snow is still abundant around the Grand River. (aka Churchill River)

The “Ride for the River” took place on March 13 but that is another blog. This blog is to tell you about the death of an environmental activist in Honduras and that the Grand Reverkeeper Labrador is dedicating this year’s ride to Berta Caceres.




Captured by a river damned

Is paddling the Grand River (aka. Churchill River) on your bucket list. Des Sullivan and some of Grand Riverkeepers paddled the river this past summer (2015). Read what Des said in the unclegnarley blog.




Approximately 127 towers are deficient

According to the CBC news and the Labradorian (http://www.thelabradorian.ca/business/2015/11/2/valard-fixing-deficiencies-in-muskrat-falls-transmission-towers.html 10 % of the transmission towers now in place from Churchill Falls to Soldiers Pond need to be fixed.  They have been found deficient.

Who Pays for Overruns in the End?




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One year ago today, brave Labradorians determined to protect the lives, land, animals, and water downstream from the Muskrat Falls project took the ultimate steps forward.

On October 22, 2016 they cut the chain on the gate to the Muskrat Falls work site and walked the 11 kilometers to the work camp and collectively SHUT MUSKRAT DOWN!

These brave walkers, protectors, warriors, and believers took a stand that was heard around the nation! And they did so peacefully!

Justin Brake, independent journalist captured the story from the inside. We thank him for this as it also has led him to defending his freedom of the press rights in court (case ongoing even today!)

Today, one year later, we continue to honour these individuals and the sacrifices they made to protect so much and so many. We thank them for putting their freedom at risk to ensure the future of the next generations of Labradorians <3

Many of these Labradorians are still facing criminal and civil charges for these actions. Many still continue to fight against the Muskrat Falls project. The reservoir is still not cleared. Flooding downstream from north spur and dam failure is still a real concern. Leaders who struck deals from all governments refuse to consult with the people directly impacted.

Please join land protectors this Monday, October 23, in Happy Valley-Goose Bay for a "Rally for Justice" beginning at 9:30am at the Supreme Court where over 20 Labradorians will be in court and then we will proceed to the parking lot of Hotel North 2 where NL Justice Minister Andrew Parsons is hosting a Labrador Justice Summit.
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Heat or eat, fight the 13% electricity hike! Flood the PUB

October 27, 2017, 12:00pm - October 27, 2017, 3:30pm

FLOOD THE PUB WITH FAXES/CALLS/EMAILS/SNAIL MAIL Our power jumped 10% in July! They're looking for 13% more plus taxes! Along with the increased taxes and fees from the Liberals this will crush many ...

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